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Yaka Bulu Mari-No More Violence

Yaka Bulu Mari are the Yolngu words for No More Violence.It's a strong message that Senior Traditional Owner Wityana Marika continues to teach young men in his community as they dance through their songlines and ceremony.This week a traditional...
"I think our work unfortunately with the present government in relation to that, particularly the voice is over and done with. We can only hope that a future government might revisit that"- Dr Jackie Huggins on a national treaty framework.
Co-chair Dr Jackie Huggins joins Kirstyn Lindsay on NITV Radio to talk on how National Congress of Australia's First People will continue their support on the move towards treaty negotiations. This week opposition Leader Bill Shorten told Sky New...
“While Australia claims to support nuclear disarmament at the same time Australia claims that US nuclear weapons are essential for Australia’s security”.-Professor Tilman Ruff ICAN
ICAN, The International Campaign against Nuclear Weapons welcomed the US-North Korea de-nuclearisation summit in Singapore this week. ICAN was awarded the 2017 Noble Peace Prize for its contribution to the United Nations Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty.
On Thursday June 7th 2018 The Advancing the Treaty Process with Aboriginal Victorians Bill 2018 was passed in the lower house on the Kulin Nation. The Advancing the Treaty Process with Aboriginal Victorians Bill 2018 is tabled for the Legislative...

A Man Called Yarra

A Man Called Yarra with (Robert Hillman) is the story of Stan Yarramunua.He's an artist, musician, actor, social worker and businessman.Stan and his brother and sisters grew up in Swan Hill, Victoria.For most of his childhood he spent his days...
"We’ve experienced racism from day one and they have never let up on us. We’ve always been public enemy number one. It doesn’t matter which wave of migrant they hate next."
Meriki Onus, a Gunnai and Gundjtmara woman, was one of the panelists at a Town Hall forum called: “WHERE ARE WE HEADING? Q and A for the Racialised & Criminalized Communities.” The event was convened by several organisations including the Pol...
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Medical History Museum at the University of Melbourne the Museum has opened it's doors to The Art of Healing: An Australian Bush Medicine exhibition.The exhibition celebrates 65,000 years of Indigenous...
The recent ban on opera house yabbie nets in Victoria put the future of the platypus back in the spotlight.People worked hard behind the scenes to make the ban happen, some people dedicated in protecting the platypus and other water life and...
In the spirit of National Reconciliation Week: ‘Don’t Keep History A Mystery,’ Learn, Share, Grow, Dr Daniels-Mayes shares her insight with NITV Radio on where we are as a nation when it comes to the education and attitudes of teachers and...
People gathered in Atherton Gardens in Fitzroy on Saturday to attend the launch of the public artwork 'Remember Me' by Reko Rennie. The marker and garden pay tribute to the Stolen Generations for the 20th Anniversary of National Sorry Day...
The Wurdi Youang Indigenous Protected Areas are managed by the Wathaurong Aboriginal Cooperative.The country, land and sea needs protecting and new growth to maintain cultural heritage and restoration of the future.  Grasslands are one food...
Kurnai woman Helen Brotherton held a stall at 'Reconciliation in the Park' demonstrating to young and old how to weave coil baskets.Aunty Helen remembers being taught as a young girl by her Grandmother when she was at Lake Tyers.Aunty Helen was...
Members of the Wathaurung /Wadawurrung and broader Aboriginal community in Geelong joined forces for Reconciliation Week with Geelong One Fire Reconciliation Group to celebrate the local culture at Reconciliation in the Park 2018. This year's...
“Every child and young person has a lot to offer not only for their community but for the broader community as well” 
Justin Mohamed has been appointed Victoria’s Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People commencing his 5 year tenure on the 28th of May. Mr Mohammed is a proud Aboriginal man of the Gooreng Gooreng Nation near Bundaberg in Queensland w...
"Wathaurung /Wadawurrung people living off country land and cultural values and ways, that was taken from us. That's where our stories, our history, beliefs and laws have not been passed down through the generations. So this is really important to...
Members of the Wathaurung /Wadawurrung and broader Aboriginal community in Geelong have come together with the Geelong One Fire Reconciliation Group to celebrate the local culture for Reconciliation Week....